social-software

Ascendant Technology offers iRise for IBM Lotus Connections

Check out a new addition to the Lotus Connections catalog! iRise for IBM® Lotus™ Connections is a pre-configured set of visualization templates that gives organizations a unique way to visualize new community and social networking applications based on IBM WebSphere Portal and social stack solutions. By visualizing before building, organizations can dramatically cut implementation time […]

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Check out the Lotus Connections iWidget Development Guide

Check out the newly created iWidget Development Guide here! IBM® Lotus® Connections 2.5 provides the ability for third-party developers to integrate iWidgets into the Lotus Connections user interface for use in the Communities, Home page, and Profiles features. An iWidget is a Web application that allows you to add content to the Lotus Connections user […]

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SXSW Privacy Panel Recap

The privacy panel on day 2 of SXSW was led by danah boyd of Microsoft Research. Panelists included Judith Donath – MIT Media Laboratory, Siva Vaidhyanathan – University of Virginia, and Alice Marwick – New York University. The panel was centered around topics but rather than a conversation it felt more like a stream of […]

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SXSW Session Recap: My Boss Doesn’t Get It: Championing Social Media to the Man

My first SXSW session ended up being a good choice, and it was packed. The session was a panel hosted by Small World Labs. I’ve been to other panels by them in the past and they do a great job with them. The panel was led by Miles Sims (@milessims) of Small World Labs and […]

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SXSW 2008: Rough notes from days 1 & 2 (Fri & Sat)

These are my rough notes from various sessions. I will eventually write coherent blog posting, probably in synchronous, but for now you may find them interesting. See all my photos here. Summary Day 1 (and some session from registration day). Attended Panels, Sessions, and Book Readings. Book Readings: SXSW book readings are 20 minute talks […]

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